Google Adsense is a CPC (cost-per-click) advertising program that allows publishers (anyone wanting to put ads on their websites) to insert a small amount of HTML into their sites and have ads appear that are targeted and relevant to the content of the site.
If you see any inappropriate ad, please report it to [email protected]. Please provide the link ID (you can find this by right clicking on the ad and copying ad link), the date/time the ad appeared, the URL where you see the ad, and a screenshot of the ad.
Media.net is one of the biggest (and best) alternatives to AdSense. This network features primarily contextual ads that work in a slightly different manner than standard display ad units. Though included within traditional sizes (e.g., 728×90 and 300×250), these ads often feature multiple linked keywords. Clicking on a keyword does NOT generate revenue for the publisher, but brings up a second screen displaying relevant ads. Revenue is generated when visitors click on one of these ads. In other words, Media.net ads function in the same way as AdSense link units.
What do we do with Ad Revenues?
First and foremost, 30% of the revenues will be used to pay for the hosting, promotion, and any future upgrades.
The other 60% will be used to pay the authors and translators according to their respective monthly views. The final 10% will be used as bonus payment for translators or authors who released at least 5 chapters that month.
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